No: T-2 中 英 更新時間：2016/8/15 下午 06:00:44
|09:00 - 09:30||劉美君||Catch Your Eyes-從QD與AMOLED技術的競爭看新世代顯示器畫質發展大趨勢|
|09:30 - 10:10||龐浩||令全球市場領先者和消費者為之興奮的無鎘量子點技術|
|10:10 - 10:50||羅忠昇||Achieving BT. 2020 with Quantum Dots Requiring No RoHS Exemption|
|11:00 - 11:30||謝明勳||量子點創新技術在顯示屏的應用|
|11:30 - 12:00||謝葆如||量子增益技術|
Catch Your Eyes-從QD與AMOLED技術的競爭看新世代顯示器畫質發展大趨勢 中
Catch Your Eyes-Understanding How the Competition Between QD and AMOLED to Trigger A New Trend of Next Generation Display
Cadmium-Free Quantum Dot Technology-Many Market Leaders and Consumers are Passionate About
Nanoco Technologies Ltd.
Achieving BT. 2020 with Quantum Dots Requiring No RoHS Exemption 中
Dr. ZhongSheng Luo is the General Manager of Greater China and Applications Engineering Director of Nanosys Incorporation. He obtained his Bachelor and Master degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Tsinghua University, China and his Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering from University of California Berkeley, prior to starting his career in 2005 as an Applications Engineer. Dr. Luo began his career in Nanosys Inc. as a Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer in 2009 and became the Technical Marketing Manager in 2011. In 2012, he left Nanosys to lead the advanced product development activities for optical inspection equipment in KLA-Tencor Incorporation as a Principal Application Engineer. He rejoined Nanosys in 2015 as Director of Applications Engineering.
Cadmium-based Quantum Dots (QDs) have already been shown to achieve >90% coverage of the ITU BT.2020 color gamut in LCD displays using QDEF® Quantum Dot film technology. This paper reports on recent advances in Quantum Dot materials engineering that have enabled further improvements to a new generation of QDEF that requires no exemption to the RoHS Directive while achieving similar color and brightness performance to existing Cadmium-based solutions. This compliance is made possible by using a combination of cadmium-free and low-cadmium QDs. Using modified CdSe green QDs developed to minimize cadmium content, and combining these with red indium phosphide QDs in a polymer resin, it is possible to meet or exceed the performance of Cd-based QDEF while achieving the sub-100 ppm of cadmium concentration required by RoHS. These reduced cadmium films are similar to the construction of typical commercial QD color enhancement films with a QD resin layer of 100um sandwiched between two sheets of PET barrier film. The QD-resin mixtures used were measured by ICP-OES and typically found to contain less than 90ppm cadmium prior to incorporation into QDEF film.
An Innovation Quantum Dot Technology for Display Application
Quantum Efficiency Enhancement Technology